For the NDSU game, my wife is in charge of a bachelorette party. She was looking for ideas for a fun game they could play to incorporate tailgating. I suggested BINGO: given a large list of options, I could create a spreadsheet that will randomize the squares to make up cards. You must capture a digital photo of each item for your card to be valid. I'm trying to keep this very general, because I actually think it would be fun to do even besides a bachelorette party, assuming I would leave and wander instead of hanging with friends.
Some are easy, some are hard. Many are ISU specific, and nearly all are things you would legitimately see during an ISU tailgate. Feel free to add to my suggestions:
Beer (free middle square)
dog in Cyclone gear
person markered on
5-high pyramid of cans
non beef/chicken/pork meat
Cyclone flag with skull/crossbones flag
Jack Trice statue
old-school tornado logo
flat screen LCD mounted to tailgate vehicle
hot tub (yes, I know someone who is bringing one)
motorized cooler on wheels
minor getting MIP ticket
There have to be some good ideas out there for this?
If you hadn't given such a good original list...
Olde Main Beer
Public urination (be it in the creek, behind a port-a-pot, or behind truck door)
"Free Candy" van
A watermelon with a smiley face drawn on (don't laugh, we used to bring one. It's name was "Buttermaker")
In 1984, I was hospitalized for approaching perfection.
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